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stow sneak by without anybody knowing most of the time. >>> all right, las vegas bowl had washington and boise state. state pulling out the tricks. the old quarterback to wide out to tight end. the double pass that's right. chris potter connecting with huff for the touchdown. boise state blew the heed but they hung on and beat washington 28-26. >>> soccer fans this one is for you. you know lionel messi. he can score and the announcers love it. >> around the defense. tucking it home! >> are you serious. >> that's what he does. >> it can't get any better with futbol than this people. >> that's a glassout scream. a record-breaking year for the world's best messi. that was his 91st goal of 2012. barcelona won the game. >>> don't forget to check out the raiders right here tomorrow. you can see all the action when they take on the panthers right here at cbs 5 starting at 10:00 followed by of course the fifth quarter. >> the scream that was the heart attack. which we're going to have too. >> i think he's okay. that's going to do it for this edition of eyewitness news. latest news and weathe
. >> that's the question everyone wants to know. what lawmakers in washington are doing to try to avoid the "fiscal cliff." ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, fiscal cliff. the house and senate return to work tomor s reporter tara me >>> the clock is ticking as congressional leaders struggle to avoid the "fiscal cliff." the house and senate return to work tomorrow. cbs reporter tara mergener on what senate leaders are doing to come up with a last-minute compromise. >> reporter: house majority leader john boehner and senate minority leader mitch mcconnell were in the capital building today hoping to beat the deadline to the luge "fiscal cliff." >> got to get a deal? >> hope so. >> reporter: behind closed doors, senate leaders are cobbling together a pared down agreement that at least protects the middle class from tax increases january 1. it won't address deficit resit, across-the-board spending cuts or other issues. in both party addresses, it's clear a big sticking point remains. >> it's a balanced plan one that would protect the middle class, cut spending in a responsible way, and ask the wealthiest am
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